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Pilots Logbook 2018-19: Patrik Laine

It was a bizarre year for Patrik Laine who went from smashing records to smashing sticks. After a historic performance in St. Louis with five goals, Laine fell into the worst slump of his career as he finished the season with career low numbers in nearly every category. With his status as an RFA this…

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Pilot’s Logbook 2018-19: Kevin Hayes

Kevin Hayes was a Winnipeg Jet for a little over two months. The Jets traded for him on February 25, 2019 – trade deadline day – from the New York Rangers in exchange for forward Brendan Lemieux and Winnipeg’s 1st round pick in 2019 NHL Draft. It was the second season in a row that…

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Pilots Logbook 2018-19: Joe Morrow

It was more of the same from Joe Morrow this season as he bounced in and out of the lineup the entire year. When injuries arose, he slotted in as the 5th or 6th defensemen, but as soon as the others were healthy again, it was back to the pressbox where he’s sat for much…

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Pilot’s Logbook 2018-19: Andrew Copp

You might not have noticed it, but Andrew Copp took a few more steps forward as being someone whom the Jets can rely on to center a third or maybe even second line. With a new contract due this summer and at the ripe age of 25 this fall, this past season could be one…

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Pilot’s Logbook 2018-19: Adam Lowry

Our logbook series continues today with a look at Adam Lowry who has established himself as a strong defensive forward that can help make other players around him better to a degree, but going forward into next season could maybe use a little bit of help of his own.

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Pilot’s Logbook 2018-19: Brandon Tanev

Blocking shots, scoring goals, and… possibly having rocket boots as a superpower? Twenty seven year old Brandon Tanev may not be breaking any NHL milestones despite having a career year, but with a looming UFA status and the Jets up against the cap as they are, has he played himself right out of Winnipeg with…

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Pilot’s Logbook 2018-19: Laurent Brossoit

One of the more astonishing -in a very positive way we might add – stories this past season for the Jets was the play of Laurent Brossoit who managed to escape hockey goalie purgatory in Edmonton and prove pretty much everyone wrong with outstanding play that helped bail the club out of goalie woes early…

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Pilot’s Logbook 2018-19: Jack Roslovic

A year ago, Jack Roslovic was considered part of a second wave of young talent of sorts that would take another step to being full-fledged, productive members of the Winnipeg Jets along with the likes of Sami Niku and Mason Appleton. Fast forward a year and it didn’t quite turn out that way, but there…

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Pilots Logbook 2018-19: Ben Chiarot

Ben Chiarot posted career numbers in pretty much anything as the Jets gave him a much bigger role on defense almost out of necessity due to injuries. Despite the career numbers though, there was some dark clouds hanging over them and while it should benefit Ben this summer as a free agent, it may be…

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Pilot’s Logbook 2018-19: The Prologue

Another season of Winnipeg Jets hockey has concluded albeit way too soon. If there is a bit of a silver lining to the earlier than expected exit from the 2019 NHL Playoffs, it’s that it gives us a bit more of a chance to look back at this past season and more importantly at the…

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JetsNation 2017-18 Report Card: Forwards

As you may have noted with all our Pilot’s Logbook player reviews, we gave each of them a final grade to sum up their entire season and now with this year’s team all done, here’e your review of this season’s group of forwards.

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Pilot’s Logbook 17-18: Blake Wheeler

Our last installment of our Player’s Logbook review series focuses on the captain of the Winnipeg Jets, Blake Weeler. It was a banner year for Wheels as he tied for the league lead in assists, led his team to it’s second ever playoff appearance since the move to Winnipeg and their first playoff series win…